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Raja Rani (U)

Genre

Comedy - Romance

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Release Date

27 Sep 2013
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Oneindia.in

Raja Rani is a soft and sweety romantic love flick. The movie revolves around the love stories of the couples, who decided to marry against their wishes. In Milana, the love between the couple grows with time but in the latest flick, it bursts out all of a sudden as the movie reaches its climax.

There are two love tracks in the movie. Actually, it is three with John (Arya) and Regina (Nayantara) falling in love by the end of the movie. Raja Rani begins with the marriage of the lead stars.

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A glum and a rather quiet wedding as the couple are forced into a wedlock. Predictably the tales of Jai-Nayan & Arya-Nazriya are woven into a flashback and what led to Arya-Nayan marriage.



This might not be the typical Mills & Boons kind of romance inside each sub divided plot, however it finds the own way of finding the cupid in each couple.



Verdict: “There is a love after a love failure”, that’s about it, clean and charming.

Hindustan Times

The story has played out in an earlier Telugu film, though Kumar has re-written it a bit, perhaps to add the most implausible of situations – which I cannot talk about here because that will be a dead giveaway.



At a little over 150 minutes, Raja Rani is a bumpy ride with potholes of songs, with characters who are nothing better than caricatures and with a romance that hardly engages.

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The story has played out in an earlier Telugu film, though Kumar has re-written it a bit, perhaps to add the most implausible of situations – which I cannot talk about here because that will be a dead giveaway.



At a little over 150 minutes, Raja Rani is a bumpy ride with potholes of songs, with characters who are nothing better than caricatures and with a romance that hardly engages.



On the whole, Raja Rani is a film with many merits, but alas it fails to hold it all together. Two hours and forty five minutes have never felt longer.

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The story of Raja Rani revolves around John (Arya) and Regina (Nayanthara), who learn to live and love each other, after being forced to get married. Both have previously loved and lost and agree to get married only to keep their respective parents happy.



Debutant director Atlee’s Raja Rani is a simple refreshing tale about how to cope with life, when we lose someone we love. The film has a lot going for it and definitely succeeds in entertaining the audience.

BehindWoods

Raja Rani reiterates that ‘there is love after love failure’ and importantly ‘there is life after love failure’. It begins with a lovely Christian wedding between John and Regina (Arya and Nayanthara) where the two marry against their wishes just to appease their near and dear ones.



After a really rough initial period post their marriage, we are presented their back stories and the romances with Nazriya and Jai respectively in their lives prior to this marriage.



Verdict: With the cast and crew capably delivering the goods, Raja Rani spells classy romance.